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    Go to a doctor - only way you will know for sure.

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    Then definitely go to the doctor. It's unlikely it's something dangerous, but if it is, it's better to find out now so it can be treated before it does any more damage. I once let a UTI get so bad my kidneys were infected and full of pus. I was told if I had left it much longer, I may have needed a kidney transplant. So take it seriously and get it sorted Cass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Then definitely go to the doctor. It's unlikely it's something dangerous, but if it is, it's better to find out now so it can be treated before it does any more damage. I once let a UTI get so bad my kidneys were infected and full of pus. I was told if I had left it much longer, I may have needed a kidney transplant. So take it seriously and get it sorted Cass.
    Wow, scary stuff, yes a doctor is a good idea.

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    That happened to me once on that same pill. Dr said it just wasn't strong enough anymore and they put me on a stronger one.
    Not the painful to pee bit though just bleeding mid month.

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    Personal.
    Last edited by Orris Apjoko; 17-06-2012 at 15:14. Reason: Personal.

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    On antibiotics, last time I was prescribed them the GP advised that they now advised to take the pill as per normal, that new research showed there was no affects between the pill and antibiotics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orris Apjoko View Post
    You don't want to be pregnant? Then use a condom or a more reliable contraception where there aren't a 'scare' every couple of months. If you don't want to be pregnant then make sure you can't get pregnant, either chart your cycle and don't have sex during fertile periods of your cycle or use condoms, it's not THAT hard!
    Except I, along with many other people, got pregnant in a time of my cycle I shouldn't have been able to- CD5, I was still spotting slightly and i got pregnant. As they say the only sure method is abstinence.

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    Then you didn't chart your cycle properly or had an irregular period, for many other people that have regular and irregular cycles charting and natural family planning (or family un-planning) is a very effective way to not get pregnant.

    Again I will state again ITS not THAT hard to put on a condom. If your trying to NOT get pregnant have protected sex atleast you can say you were actively trying to not get pregnant. Mum2bubbas should take control of her situation, I'm pretty sure this is the 3rd 'could I be pregnant' thread since she started seeing her new bf, take control, you are a mum and an adult take control of the situation you are in.

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    I really urge you to go to a clinic (whereabouts are you? Maybe someone could recommend a womens clinic in the area) have a thorough checkup and a chat to someone there about a contraceptive that will work for you. Have a pap smear and a mole check while you're there - lots of birds, one stone.

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    Everything Orris Apjoko said.

    It's quiet normal I've read somewhere for a woman to have one lot of break through bleeding in a year. I would still head to a GP to find a more reliable form of contraception ASAP and I would mention the bleeding as well, between now and then don't stop taking the pill and use condoms. I personally wouldn't rely on a form of contraception that had failed me in the past especially if I was in a new relationship and didn't want to have another child.

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